Nope, Vivo did not launch its Apex smartphone last June 12th, as some may have expected. But it did something better -- it formally introduced the Nex, a smartphone that builds upon the foundation set by the Apex.
Entering into the second half of the year, we can expect plenty of rumors regarding upcoming smartphone flagships (which will be released just as we head into the busy holiday shopping season) will be flooding headlines each and every week. As the number one smartphone vendor in the mobile industry, Samsung will attract loads of speculation, particularly about its next Galaxy Note phablet offering (mainly because this year’s newest Galaxy S devices have already hit the market). So here we go ...
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It was in October of last year when Huawei officially announced its Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro phablet devices. Naturally, the Chinese tech giant is expected to follow up its 2017 big screen offerings this year. But based on recent speculation, it appears that the phone maker is going for an even larger display this time.
The third generation Pixel smartphone -- the Pixel 3 -- will not make its debut until later this year, but as always, speculation about Google’s upcoming flagship offering is never in short supply. This time around, the latest round of rumors is fueled by the roll out of an early version of the tech giant’s Android P (the newest version of the world’s most popular mobile operating system, now made available in beta).
BlackBerry has officially announced the follow up to last year’s BlackBerry KeyOne smartphone -- meet the BlackBerry Key2, which sports the iconic BlackBerry physical keyboard and features Google’s Android 8.1 Oreo mobile operating system and the most advanced security and privacy improvements as delivered by BlackBerry Limited (the BlackBerry brand that specializes in developing enterprise software and building solutions for the Internet of Things).
Just as it has promised, Lenovo today has unveiled its newest smartphone offering, the Z5. However, some may be disappointed that the handset is not the complete bezel-less and notch-less device that was (kind of) teased in the last few weeks.
Still, let us go through the basic specifications. Lenovo’s new Z5 phablet offers a generous 6.2 inch display screen (with a resolution of 2,240 by 1,080 pixels, and with 2.5D Gorilla Glass), flanked by a twin camera configuration on the rear side (consisting of a 16 megapixel sensor and an 8 megapixel camera) and an 8 megapixel selfie shooter on the front side.
Lenovo has officially confirmed it -- its bezel-less and notch-less Z5 smartphone will be formally announced this coming June 5th, by way of a launch event which will be happening in China’s capital city, Beijing.
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